Question about 2000 Honda CBR 600 F(4)Y
First open the fluid tank and put a cloth around it not to spill any fluids.Push the rear caliper slowly and strongly against the disk rotor so that the caliper's piston go all the way in.If the fluids overflow the tank remove some.Unscrew the pin's plug at the rear end of the caliper with a flat screwdriver.Inside there is the pin's head witch is a 5mm allen bolt.Unscrew the pin and work backwards installing the new brake pads.After tightening the pin (18Nm) and the plug (12Nm), push the brake pedal many times until it's fully engaging the brake.Then add some brake fluid to the tank until it reaches the "max" mark and close it.And you're done.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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